Sanitary measures at Bordeaux Airport

Your health is our number one priority.

Mesures sanitaires

The protection of our passengers and colleagues is our number one priority, especially during this epidemic period. We want to ensure that this priority is taken into account at every point on your journey through the airport, and in all the activities carried out by our colleagues. This is why we have put in place exceptional measures in coordination with the national health authorities so that you can travel safely from Bordeaux Airport. 
As in any other public place, it is very important to strictly apply all hygiene rules and always keep a distance of 1 metre from other people. It is also essential to wear a mask at the airport for both travellers and their companions.

All passengers must, upon boarding, wear a single-use protective mask of surgical type, FFP1, FFP2 or FFP3. (Decree n°2020-860 of July 10, 2020).

Bordeaux Airport has put in place numerous measures to ensure the health of staff and passengers:

  • self-service dispensers of hydro-alcoholic hand gel are available at the airport
  • Putting up signage that facilitates physical distancing, informing you of precautionary measures and where you can / cannot wait or sit down
  • additional cleaning of surfaces and contact points: counters, ramps, trolleys, safety control bins, etc. 
  • reorganization of the queues to avoid contacts as much as possible
  • plexiglass at the information, check-in and boarding counters
  • closure of the children's play area

The teams working at the airport have additional equipment to protect everyone: gloves, protective masks, cleaning wipes, disinfectant sprays.

We ask for your cooperation in favour of online check-in for your trip and contactless credit card payments in the shops or for the car park.

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Since 2 June 2020, the Government has implemented the TousAntiCovid application, which allows you to warn if, in the last few days, you have been in contact with someone you do not know who has tested positive for Covid-19.

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